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How to understandrepparttar Domain Name System By Clare Lawrence 13th August 2004

Ever wonder why DNS systems came into existence? Efficiency. Every computer has a distinct IP address, andrepparttar 108267 Internet needed an elite method for obtaining these addresses and for managingrepparttar 108268 system as a whole. Enter ICANN.

The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Number managesrepparttar 108269 DNS root ofrepparttar 108270 Internet domain namespace. ICANNís role is to managerepparttar 108271 assignment of identifiers, ensuring that all users have unique names.

The DNS system is run by a series of servers called DNS servers. ICANN managesrepparttar 108272 root DNS domains, under which arerepparttar 108273 top-level domains. It also manages:

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Beneathrepparttar 108274 top-level domains are other naming authorities such as Nominet,repparttar 108275 UKís naming authority.

How does a DNS Query work?

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